Collaboration is important to us at LifeCenter Northwest. We work hard to give recipients a second chance at life, and families the opportunity to have their loved one’s legacy live on in others but, we couldn’t do it without you. Part of our job is to provide training and resources to help you understand the process of organ and tissue donation, and how we can work together to save more lives.
Workshops, Webinars and CEU Opportunities:
Compassion Fatigue Workshop
This training is an opportunity to discuss ways to care for yourself while caring for bereaved families. We will look at the impact of working with families in trauma has on medical professionals over time, provide tools and strategies for self-care, and explore the best methods for implementation in your work environment.
Training Course: Healing and Saving Lives through Organ and Tissue Donation
Click here for online training.
CME and CEU credits offered for this course.
Standard Donation Education
For a comprehensive brochure of available courses contact your LifeCenter Northwest dedicated donation Program Manager who will work with you to coordinate education.
New Nurse Orientation
Recognize the key components of the hospital’s role in donation and basic donation information.
Hospital Staff Inservices
Basic hospital education around the staff’s role in donation in the following areas: ICU/Critical Care, ER, OR, Medical-Surgery, Spiritual Care/Social Work.
Standing Staff Meeting
Incorporate donation education into your standing staff meetings.
LifeCenter staff is always available to participate in your hospital’s skills fair.
Find your hospital’s dedicated donation Program Manager
Every hospital across Alaska, Montana, North Idaho, and Washington has a dedicated Hospital Development Program Manager from LifeCenter Northwest.
That representative works to be a respectful, collaborative member of your team, and to help keep you up-to-date on policy and procedure changes relating to organ and tissue donation.